[Bell Historians] Tower Classification required

Richard Smith richard@ex-parrot.com [bellhistorians] bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Fri Apr 15 18:06:34 BST 2016

Dickon Love asked:

> Alan, do you know what the word "secular" means?

Alan Taylor wrote:

> To me, it would depend on why the bells had been hung in 
> whatever place.

Does that mean that most rings of bells installed between 
about 1600 and 1850 are secular?  Perhaps so.  It all 
depends why list is being created which Alan Buswell seems 
curiously reticent to reveal.  Until we know that, we may as 
well be debating a list of frabjous towers or uffish bells.


Posted by: Richard Smith <richard at ex-parrot.com>


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